220.127.116.11 Top tip - Making it more like English...
When you first see that the the Object Pronoun (usually) goes before the verb in Spanish, it can seem a little unusual. While you will become used to it, there is a situation where you can use it more like it is in English, i.e. at the end.
This situation is when you have more than one verb, and the final one ends in the letter R (because we don't Continue to Conjugate). You then put your me/te/lo/nos/los after this R.
This is especially true when you use your Helping Verbs from Section 3.
When we see or hear this, there is no denying that it appeals to our English eyes and ears. This can be a great help, especially early on.
Try not to rely on it too much - try to learn the one above (putting it up front) because you're going to need that - but you do have this option.
Where to go next...
Now, it's back up to the main track at 6.4.3 Golden Sentence 10 - Receiver Pronouns